Poolfoot Farm played host to a charity tournament on Saturday which took place in the memory of Jordan Whitehouse, who sadly passed away seven years ago to Cystic Fibrosis, and all the funds from the weekend went straight to charity!
Jordan was a huge fan of football and even had great talent, playing for Blackpool Rangers in his youth. His former teammates set up this 7-a-side tournament in his memory and, since then, it’s grown year on year with 20 teams playing their part on what was a brilliant day at the club’s training complex.
It was a day that saw friends and family of Jordan all gather at Poolfoot Farm to either take part or come and watch the football on show, whilst also donating to the Cystic Fibrosis charity, which they had already donated more than £40,000 to – over the last seven years – before the tournament even started!
This year was a special one for those involved, with seven being a special number for Jordan, and that was backed up with the amount of support from the local community with DJs, raffles, and auctions taking place throughout the day.
Well done to all involved for raising funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, in memory of Jordan. If you want to donate to the charitable cause, you can click the link HERE